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Dodsworth the Cat -
Subject: Uncredited Stock Music
The music here is by Jack Shaindlin. The piece at 5:12 when he is in the broker's office and the map is shown is called 'Walking Briskly.'
The voices are by Marvin Miller.
Subject: And then, you lose your money.
Once again, John Sutherland has taken the Stock Exchange and made an amusing, yet highly simplified (which is great for me!) film about how the Stock Exchange works. Using Mr. Everyday Businessman, the film shows how, even with an investment of only 40 dollars a month, you can go into what was known as a Monthly Investment Plan and watch your money being put to work! Even when the stocks go down, you can make money!! Its all a little too rosey, and sort of gets confusing when the guy goes on his car ride
Oh yeah, and this film is in pretty banged up shape. Scratches throughout, lots of splices too.
Cartoons are the best way to get someone's attention!
I love this kind of animation, this age animation inspire me. Maybe the minimalism of the backgrounds and the complexity of full animation is a technique due to die.
Sorry for my english... :)